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San Juan Capistrano, CA, United States, 2010/01/25 - The Joe Verde Group recently launched its new 2-Day Desking Process workshop for automotive dealers and managers. The goal of the workshop is to instruct managers in the car business on how to close more deals and get more cash down.
The Joe Verde Group, an auto sales training company based in Southern California, created the workshop to help improve desking and negotiation skills in the industry, which will increase sales and improve gross.
“Some dealers and managers developed bad habits during the good years,” said auto sales training expert Joe Verde, who heads the Joe Verde Group, North America’s largest car sales training company. “As a result, many dealers are now looking to train their managers on how to close transactions with more cash down.”
In the new 2-day workshop, dealers and managers will learn how to develop a logical and repeatable process that will maximize unit sales and gross profit, and create a win/win negotiation with high CSI on every unit delivered.
“It’s really a choice that dealers have to make,” said Mr. Verde. “They can continue getting little or no gross on deals and lose customers, or they can learn these desking and negotiation skills and raise their gross by as much as $600 a deal.”
The Joe Verde Group’s new Desking Process workshop is a stand-alone program that doesn’t require the completion of any other Joe Verde management/dealer workshops. Joe Verde and his trainers encourage dealers to attend the workshop with their managers.
The new Desking Process workshop is held at various locations across North America, including the company’s training center in Dallas, Texas.
About the Joe Verde Group
The Joe Verde Group (joeverde.com) is the largest sales and management training company in the Automobile, RV and Marine industries. The company has a 24-year, verifiable track record of success in automotive sales training with over half of the top 500 dealerships, half of the top 100 Internet dealerships and another 4,000 dealers of every size as their customers.